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Verdicchio is considered to be its native region’s most interesting white variety. Its history typifies the evolution...
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OK, haven't put anything on here in a while, been consuming too many run of the mill wines recently. Not tonight however.This is a fantastic Italian white with a great background story. The wine is made by Cistercian nuns north of Rome. It's a blend of trebbiano, malvasia and verdicchio. The nose comes across with some smoke and very ripe golde... Read More
JD, you mean besides me obviously.Just ordered these from two different wine stores in my area and will be picking up the first two tomorrow and the other two next week:Mercouri Letrini RefoscoDomaine Spiropoulos Moschofilero Monastero Suore Cistercensi 'Coenobium' Bianco(55% Trebbiano, 20% Malvasia, 15% Verdicchio, 10% Grechetto)Domaine du Gran... Read More
Orange wine is something I feel I have read about more often than I have seen it in the past few years. It is definitely not on every wine list I encounter nor is it taking up a lot of shelf space in the places where I buy wine. When the opportunity for a taste has arisen usually as a temporary novelty on a wine bar list, I am always eager to tr... Read More
Easter is a huge event worldwide, eagerly looked forward to as warmer and longer days approach. In Italy, Pasqua, Easter, is a holiday that is more important than Christmas. The preparations for the big feast are well under way in the week leading up to it. The central characters are eggs and lamb, both symbolic foods with religious significance... Read More
As a UK journalist, and Master of Wine, I discuss, criticise and recommend not the fine wine, the great vintages, the en primeurs, but the everyday, the bargain, the high volume. I taste thousands of wines each year of low, mediocre and good quality, and, within perhaps 80 or 90 tasted at one supermarket or off licence tasting, will find perhap... Read More
Thought I'd start a topic to see what "different" wines people are drinking. I've been on a hunt to find wines made from lesser known grapes or from unusual areas. Here's one of each.This is a rose made from Cinsault, not too unusual right? Well this is from the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon. Either they don't make very good wine in Lebanon or this bo... Read More
Time to do a little cellar cleaning and what better way to start than with the odds and ends of Italian wines that have been building up in the basement. Sadly theres no real cohesive theme here, though a few varieties do appear more than once among the tasting notes that follow. There’s not even a pricing paradigm that’s useful here, though mo... Read More
"Didn't suck" is Clay Mauritson's dad's idea of high praise. According to Clay, it's the most effusive he gets. Maybe it's a Sonoma thing.Emark, that 2010 Cab was a mere toddler, too. Hope you have more in store.Been on a white wine kick over here. Last night we had a spicy Taiwanese chicken dish, so we opened Verus Furmint from Slovenia. S... Read More
Nice little Italian white blend of vermentino and verdicchio. Easy drinking, light and crisp with some light lemon, a touch of apricot, medium acidity and a short finish. This is a food friendly wine that went well with our chicken and dumplin's. Read More
The 2012 Colle Stefano Verdicchio di Matelica DOC is produced with 100% hand-picked Verdicchio grapes. The Verdicchio aged in stainless steel tanks for a few months. In the glass, the wine had a pale yellow color with green hues. 13% was the label listed alcohol by volume. The harmonious bouquet was composed of intense aromas of pineapple, apple... Read More